The Arts-Integrated Developmental Workbook (AI-DW) is the central tool used to collect IB-TAP unit process from participating students and teachers. Sourcing concepts from IBs developmental notebooks and process journals from the IB arts and technology studies, the AI-DW seeks to capture the planning and creation process for arts- integrated units from beginning to end. While many teaching teams implement the AI-DW differently in their classrooms, the framework is essentially the same, providing equal access and balanced comparison between schools. The IB design cycle combined with the CAPE creative cycle led to a framework- the creative design cycle- that guided student and teacher thinking via the following concepts: Inquiry, Sense, Plan, Create, Evaluate, and Reflect.
Explore the links for those concepts to see high quality examples of student work in each of the areas of the creative design cycle. You can also explore complete curriculum examples developed by the teachers and artists in the IB-TAP program that followed the same structures as the students’ work.